Super AMOLED just seems to be starting off its success with fewer than 20 variations of phones available that feature these screens. Of course Samsung is very adamant about visual clarity and they are trying to push the envelope further by releasing the Infuse 4G Android device which sports a Super AMOLED Plus touch screen. Not only is it beautiful, it’s super thin.
This device will be exclusive to AT&T for now and is going to begin the 4G war for supremacy. The 4.5 inch screen is also touch larger than the EVO 4G, Desire HD, and likely the Thunderbolt and comes very close to being considered a tablet.
It’s got an 8 megapixel camera on back paired with a 1.3 megapixel shooter up front, a 1.2GHz single-core Hummingbird processor, and still somehow promises to be the thinnest smartphone on AT&T when it launches at a to-be-determined date. Now, the controversy: despite the name, the Infuse 4G apparently doesn’t have a hint of LTE — it’s HSPA+, which means AT&T’s now playing the same game as T-Mobile.
Software-wise, you can expect the usual TouchWiz skin atop Android 2.2;though, Gingerbread would’ve been nice at launch,it will likely be a soon after launch update.